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Claims Support


We appreciate that any insurance claim, no matter what the size, can be a worry and a hassle. For this reason, providing an outstanding claims service to our clients is of great importance to us. We have a dedicated in-house claims team that’s staffed by experienced and knowledgeable advisers who, in the unfortunate event of you having to make a claim, will manage the process on your behalf and help to negotiate a settlement with your insurer.

We will deal with any claim fairly, promptly, clearly and efficiently and offer our clients the appropriate support and advice when they need it.

We recommend that you read through your policy document when you receive it so that you know what you’re covered for. In the unfortunate event that you have to make a claim, simply call us on 01202 754900 and we’ll get the ball rolling straight away.

Contact our knowledgeable Marine Team on :


01202 754991

9am - 5.15pm Monday to Friday

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Why choose Alan & Thomas?
      • Free no obligation review and quotation
      • Knowledgeable marine insurance experts
      • Competitive premiums from leading UK marine insurance providers
      • Insurance cover tailored to your specific requirements
      • In-house Claims Team to manage any claim for you
      • Top 100 UK independent broker* with Chartered Insurance Broker status

* Top 100 Independent Brokers 2015 published by Insurance Age in association with Cornell Consulting

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